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Hi everyone!

My name's Patryk and I'm from Poland but I've been living in Germany for the last 12 ish years.
I will be studying at Hope and living there during the 19/20 academic year but I wouldn't mind to live in a room with another student so that it would be cheaper for both of us ansd it would also allow us to make friends better and faster.

If there's someone who's in a similar position, just let me know!

Thank you!
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(Original post by liv.patryk)
Hi everyone!

My name's Patryk and I'm from Poland but I've been living in Germany for the last 12 ish years.
I will be studying at Hope and living there during the 19/20 academic year but I wouldn't mind to live in a room with another student so that it would be cheaper for both of us ansd it would also allow us to make friends better and faster.

If there's someone who's in a similar position, just let me know!

Thank you!
I have a room available in a house of 5 sharing with other students, it's £80.50 per week bills included, it's on Garmoyle Road, Smithdown, a popular student area! If you have any questions feel free to message me
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As it will be my first year at Hope, do you suggest me to live at Campus in the Halls or with you guys there? it's definitely cheaper, by the looks of it but how does the food situation look like, could I still go to the cafeteria at Hope or do you guys buy book and cook?
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As it will be my first year at Hope, do you suggest me to live at Campus in the Halls or with you guys there? it's definitely cheaper, by the looks of it but how does the food situation look like, could I still go to the cafeteria at Hope or do you guys buy book and cook?
So I'm not sure how hall's work, each one has its own system, but living in a house is definitely cheaper even after buying food! In the house everyone would buy there own food and then there's a shared kitchen and living area, it's open plan so really sociable!
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but it would be better for me to eat at the cafeteria when I'm not able to cook yet

I'll have to think about it as it is my first year there
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